Reports have speculated that Samsung Galaxy Note 5 will be released in July, but given that Samsung's S6 will be launched very soon, GalaxyNote5Edge expressed doubt over the rumors and insisted the new smartphone will be released as scheduled in September 2015 during the IFA event.
The web site explained Samsung is known to follow a schedule. And knowing the predictability of the Korean tech giant, the Galaxy Note 5 will be unveiled during the IFA run between September 4 and 9. Galaxy 5's predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 smartphone, was also introduced in the IFA event.
Trusted Reviews also believe Samsung Galaxy Note 5 will be released in September this year. It added the Galaxy Note 5 smartphone will feature a 3840 x 2160 pixel Ultra HD, 4K display and run on Android OS. The new Note 5 is expected to sport Nexus 6 monitor.
Samsung has not provided details about the Galaxy Note 5 but the rumor mill said it will have an LPDDR4 8GB DRAM and a rotatory camera sensor of 21MP. The new smartphone will either use Qualcomm 815 or Qualcomm 820 chipset that also support 21MP camera.
"It is worth mentioning the next Exynos octa-core processor would be amazingly unique with its process and threading technology," GalaxyNote5Edge said. It added, "Octa-core processor of Samsung Exynos entered in the market with the launch of Galaxy S4 and now after the launch of Galaxy Alpha, Samsung revamped its processor of octa-core chip and now 8 cores can work together if the task needs. There are two pairs of quad-cores. But new Exynos can get the different-different 8 cores, not in pair but the task thread will use specific core depending upon the usage, it will definitely make the chipset more efficient. Also, the next super AMOLED 5.7 inches in the next Note 5 would be more efficient; already Samsung is expert in it."
iPhone 6S Unveils in September
Fans of smarthphones have been excited over the expected release of the iPhone 6S. Indeed, the iPhone 6S is the most anticipated release in 2015, according to Stabley Times.
Like other tech giants, Apple is also fond of following a fixed calendar. Having said that, it is safe to assume that Apple would launch the iPhone 6S in September to follow the company's traditional calendar.
Those who can't wait to get a glimpse of the iPhone 6S will have an opportunity to do so on June 8 during the WWDC 2015. According to the report, iOS 9 in addition to OS X 10 will provide hints on iPhone 6S features, reports MacWorld.
Apple is mum on the features and specs of the new iPhone 6. But from the rumor mill, we gathered the new smartphone will come with a 6S coming with a Full HD display with a 1920 x 1080 pixels resolution while the iPhone 6S Plus a Quad HD display with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels, according to Chinese web site Feng.
As we reported previously, the Apple iPhone 6S will be powered by A9 processor with additional RAM compared to current models.
Both the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus will be sporting a 1 megapixel camera using a Sony sensor, said Geeky Gadgets. The handsets will also feature Apple's Force Touch sensor as well as an improved fingerprint sensor.